Archive: Cumin

Red Peppers Stuffed with Mediterrean Love

Peppers

 

Hi Foodies! Here we are again. We follow the trail of the new Valentine’s Day which will arrive in a few days . Red !!!! The color of passion and love. So today we present you some nice red peppers stuffed with Mediterranean love. Feta cheese, Greek olives, oregano , olive oil , cumin … all ingredients that evoke the Mediterranean culture. So here’s to you these juicy and tasty peppers. Bon Apetit ! Read more

Veal Tajine with Plums, Almonds and Sesame

Tajine

 

Hi Foodies! Today I will introduce you to a dish that I love. It is a Moroccan recipe made ​​with a type of ceramic pot that has a cover with a cone shape. The cooking is done over a slow fire and all food cooked with it becomes soft as butter and with a truly authentic taste . This pot is called: Tajine . Even the dishes that are cooked with this tool called are Tajine . I hope you’ll like it! If you still do not know it … you’ll see how wonderful , exotic and very fascinating is to cook with it. Here’s to you : Veal tajine with prunes , almonds and sesame seeds. Dedicated to Morocco and its treasures 😉 Read more

Delicious Onion Rings

Onion-Rings

 

Hello Foodies! Today an easy recipe, super tasty and crunchy. Sent by our Sandy from Mauritius. Onion rings!  Ideal as an aperitif but also as a side dish of tasty dishes … a classic North American taste. But this recipe, like all those sent by Sandy, has an exotic touch and remains really delicate and light. Enjoy it! 😉 Read more

Tasty Fried Meatballs

Meatballs

 

 

Hello Foodies! Today it’s the turn of  the tasty fried meatballs. Really tasty and delicious. For adults and for kids, as a main dish or as a finger food, hot or cold … they are always good and welcome! Very easy to make and perfect with any side dish: salad, fries , mashed potatoes … Or just ready to dip into juicy and tasty sauces . What are you waiting for? Go for it! 😉 Read more

Eggplant Pirogues

Aubergines-Pirogues 2

 

Hi Foodies! How are you today? I hope everything fine. Here there is another Sandy recipe from the Mauritius. Very tasty and exotic. The name comes from the fact that the eggplant shape reminds the pirogues,  a small type of canoes used in the Bayou in Louisiana and in Mauritius in the lagoon by local fisherman. Go for it! 😉 Read more

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